ARLINGTON, Texas (CBSDFW.COM) – Jason Witten is back! And it’s right where he left off.
In his first regular season game since coming out of retirement, the tight end grabbed his first touchdown since the 2017 season.READ MORE: McKinney Homeowner Says Local Airport Putting His Family's Safety At Risk
It came on a four-yard pass from Dak Prescott.
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His touchdown brought the Dallas Cowboys up 14-7 against the New York Giants.
So far, he has two catches for 10 yards in total.MORE NEWS: Addison To Welcome Back Kaboom Town With 'Bigger Than Ever' Event
Witten had retired and spent the 2018 season in the broadcast booth for Monday Night Football. Earlier this year, he announced he was coming back to football and the Cowboys.